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New Literary Agent Alert: Michelle S. Lazurek of WordWise Media Services

Reminder: New literary agents (with this spotlight featuring Michelle S. Lazurek of WordWise Media Services) are golden opportunities for new writers because each one is a literary agent who is likely building his or her client list....Show More Summary

Liz Smith, World Famous Gossip Columnist, Dies at 94

Liz Smith, a pioneer in the world of celebrity gossip and journalism, died of natural causes on Sunday, her literary agent has confirmed. She was 94 years old. Best known for her time as a columnist for The New York Post, Smith’s work...Show More Summary

Longtime Gossip Columnist Liz Smith Dies at 94

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Gossip columnist Liz Smith has died at the age of 94 of natural causes, according to her literary agent Joni Evans. Deadline reports: Smith’s self-titled column began in 1976 in the New York Daily News, and was soon syndicated to scores of newspapers… Read The post Longtime Gossip Columnist Liz Smith Dies at 94 appeared first on Towleroad.

Gossip columnist Liz Smith, known as the 'Dame of Dish,' dies at 94

Gossip columnist Liz Smith, whose mixture of banter, barbs and bon mots about the glitterati helped her climb the A-list as high as many of the celebrities she covered, has died. Literary agent Joni Evans told the Associated Press she died Sunday in New York of natural causes. She was 94. For more...

Liz Smith Dead - Famed Gossip Columnist Dies at 94

Liz Smith, the famed gossip columnist known as the “Dame of Dish,” has died at the age of 94. Literary agent Joni Evans confirmed the news to The Associated Press on Sunday (November 12). Liz died in New York due to natural causes. Liz‘s signature style of celebrity storytelling in her “Liz Smith” column led [...]

Liz Smith Dies: Famed Gossip Columnist Was 94

Liz Smith, the premiere gossip columnist of her generation, died in New York today. She was 94. Her death was first reported by the Associated Press, with confirmation from literary agent Joni Evans, who claimed she died of natural causes. Smith’s...Show More Summary

Publishers Weekly: Recipe for Hate “riveting…an unflinching page-turner”!

Publisher’s Weekly is the book trade publication in the United States.  As Wikipedia notes, it is the “American weekly trade news magazine targeted at publishers, librarians, booksellers and literary agents. Published continuously since 1872, it has carried the tagline, “The International News Magazine of Book Publishing and Bookselling”. Show More Summary

Rain Management Group Hires Veteran Literary Rep Lucy Stutz

Veteran literary agent and manager Lucy Stutz has joined Rain Management Group. Stutz began her career in the programming department at Showtime before transitioning to representation and working as a successful agent at The Rothman Agency. Show More Summary

Cultural Appropriation Versus Censorship

"The accusation that 'society tends to favor privileged voices' is, according to some, not only a political analysis but an economic one. “The fear,” one literary agent told me, “is that if a publisher takes on a book written by a successful white male writer about a disabled Native American lesbian, a real disabled Native American lesbian […]

Nancy Friday, author of once-shocking 'My Secret Garden,' dies at 83

Nancy Friday, a journalist and author whose best-selling "My Secret Garden" was a landmark compilation of women's sexual fantasies, has died at age 84. Friday died Sunday morning in her Manhattan apartment, said her literary agent, Robert Thixton. She was 84 and died of complications from Alzheimer's....

Meet the Agent: Christopher Rhodes, The Stuart Agency

Christopher Rhodes began his literary career as a teenager, working at bookstores in New Hampshire and then in New York City, where he landed a job at Borders’ flagship location in the World Trade Center. Three years later, Rhodes migrated...Show More Summary

By Waiting a Year to Tell All, Donna Brazile Gets Tongues Wagging

After Trump staffers gave exit interviews after the election, one of her literary agents warned: ‘Same-day exit interviews cost those who do them hundreds of thousands of dollars.’

Agent Bradley Glenn Exits Kaplan Stahler

Bradley Glenn, literary agent at the Kaplan Stahler Agency, left earlier this week and has been setting up meetings with other agencies. At KSA, Glenn was listed as head of the literary department and represented mostly directors. The circumstances surrounding Glenn’s exit are unclear. Show More Summary

5 Literary Agents Discuss the Horror Genre

A special treat on this Halloween morning: Five literary agents, who all represent the horror genre, took a break from reading manuscripts to answer a few questions on horror, including what they’re seeing a high demand for, what about a submission inspires confidence, and common weaknesses they see in writing. Show More Summary

Agent Spotlight: Wendi Gu of Janklow & Nesbit

Reminder: New literary agents are golden opportunities for new writers because each one is a literary agent who is likely building his or her client list. While Wendi Gu is not a new literary agent, she is actively seeking new clients. Show More Summary

Extra, Extra: The Most Problematic Halloween Costumes Of 2017

Because you crave some ill-considered Halloween inspiration, check out today's end-of-day links: high schooler changing AI, Dylan's new Bootleg Series, delightful Jeff Goldblum, ghost sex, O'Reilly dropped by literary agent, and a very protective dog. Show More Summary

Bill O'Reilly's literary agent has dropped him after news of his $32 million settlement

Bill O'Reilly's literary agency announced it will no longer be working with him. The announcement follows a New York Times report that said O'Reilly paid $32 million to his former Fox News co-host in a sexual harassment settlement. On...Show More Summary

Children’s Literary Agents Roundup: How to Write for Young Audiences

Four agents who represent children’s literature, took time out of their busy day to share their insight and wisdom on platform, writing picture books, and writing for young audiences. If you want a better understand of what these agents...Show More Summary

Agent Spotlight: Jennifer Chen Tran of Bradford Literary

Reminder: New literary agents are golden opportunities for new writers because each one is a literary agent who is likely building his or her client list. While Jennifer Chen Tran is not a new literary agent, she is still actively seeking new clients. Show More Summary

New Literary Agent Alert: Lexi Wangler of Massie & McQuilkin

Reminder: New literary agents (with this spotlight featuring Lexi Wangler of Massie & McQuilkin) are golden opportunities for new writers because each one is a literary agent who is likely building his or her client list. About Lexi: Lexi Wangler is a junior agent and foreign rights associate at Massie & McQuilkin. Show More Summary

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